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It is normal to be a bit easty westy at that age. Misha had it really bad when young. It will either correct or greatly reduce as he matures and fills out. Misha's breeder said to add collagen to the diet to help. Misha isn't perfect in his front legs but I don't think it is enough to fault him anymore. He will still stand a bit turned out when at rest sometimes but if stacked properly he is fine. His mother has a slight east/west tendency as well but had no trouble getting her CH. But most narrow-chested dogs will be that way if they have not filled out yet so I expect you will be fine. The most important thing is that the feet are completely forward facing when he walks.
 

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Thank you! And yes he has a beautiful gait so that part is good 😅. Ill look into the collagen. I think he may be getting that from eating meaty bones and the supplements in his kibble but have to double check.
Mine was/is raw fed but I added it just to be safe. Breeder said to use great lakes brand.
 
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